Keep your body mobilized and stretched during a long flight with some first class yoga (even if you're in an economy seat)! Recommended props: 1 chair

Wish it was longer!

Sunshine B.

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I didn't have enough time to stretch between connecting flights and this sequence was awesome before my second flight left the gate! The funny looks were worth it. :)

Jennifer G.

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Question: How can I do the Yoga activity on the plane if I cant download the video to my phone or ipad? Wifi on the plane is never fast enough to play a movie.

Jessica A.

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